The Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires new private health insurance plans to cover many recommended preventive services without any patient cost-sharing. This tracker presents up-to-date information on the adult preventive services nongrandfathered private plans must cover, by condition, including a summary of the recommendation, the target population, the effective date of coverage, and related federal coverage clarifications.
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In Their Own Voices: Low-income Women and Their Health Providers in Three Communities Talk about Access to Care, Reproductive Health, and Immigration
In this report, we summarize findings and highlight selected quotes from focus groups of low-income women and their health care providers on contraception, costs and coverage, abortion care, mental health and intimate partner violence, social determinants of health, and immigration issues.
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- The Status of Participation in the Title X Federal Family Planning Program
- The Hyde Amendment and Coverage for Abortion Services
- Percent of Title X Clinics that are Planned Parenthood Clinics and/or Provide Abortions
- Donor Government Funding for HIV in Low- and Middle-Income Countries in 2018
- The U.S. Government and International Family Planning & Reproductive Health Efforts
- Coverage for Abortion Services in Medicaid, Marketplace Plans and Private Plans
- New Title X Regulations: Implications for Women and Family Planning Providers
- Visualizing Health Policy: Intersection of State Abortion Policy and Clinical Practice
- Visualizing Health Policy: Barriers to Care Experienced by Women in the United States
- Oral Contraceptive Pills
- Expanding Postpartum Medicaid Coverage
This data note provides estimates of the status of the Title X network following the implementation of the new regulations.
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This issue brief explains the legal and factual issues in dispute and the reviews the potential implications of different rulings in the case of June Medical Services v. Russo, which could have significant implications for women’s access to abortion and could eliminate the right of abortion providers to bring legal challenges to state and federal laws and policies.
A KFF brief explains June Medical Services LLC v. Russo, a challenge to a Louisiana abortion regulation that will be heard at the Supreme Court on March 4, 2020.
This brief outlines how telemedicine is currently used in obstetrical care, how these services are financed and regulated, and reviews federal efforts to expand the use of telemedicine, particularly to address maternal health disparities.
Public Knowledge and Attitudes About Sexually Transmitted Infections: KFF Polling and Policy Insights
A new KFF poll provides new data on the public’s knowledge and attitudes about sexually transmitted infections and finds majorities of the public unaware of how common STIs are among adults in the U.S.
This interactive map shows the increase in states with laws restricting abortion coverage in Medicaid and private insurance since 2010.
Test your knowledge about health facts, policy issues and proposals that are emerging among the 2020 presidential candidates. The 10 questions focus on health issues in the 2020 election, including: health care costs, prescription drug prices, the Affordable Care Act and changes in health insurance coverage, reproductive health, and Medicare-for-all and public option proposals.
The bills in this table address a number of related maternity care issues, including extending Medicaid postpartum coverage from 60 days to one year, funding for clinical training on health equity and implicit bias, developing broader networks of maternity care providers in rural areas, and research on the potential benefits of Medicaid coverage for doula care.
Jennifer Kates, Senior Vice President and Director of KFF’s Global Health & HIV Policy program, testified before the U.S. House of Representatives’ Committee on Foreign Affairs as part of a hearing on Unique Challenges Women Face in Global Health. Her testimony describes the role of the U.S. government in women’s global health and highlights challenges and opportunities to strengthen these efforts.